Bookend Coffee Closing At Everett Main Library

October 17, 2017

Everett, Everett Economy

Bookend Coffee

Come see Jenny before the end of the month.

Saying she’s needing a change, Jenny Schmidt announced today that Bookend Coffee Co. inside the main branch of the Everett Public Library will be closing at the end of the month.

Bookend is considered a boutique PNW craft coffee and tea house utilizing local artisan roasters, Velton’s Coffee based in Everett and Camber Coffee out of Bellingham.

Schmidt revels in the history and style of the location inside the original 1930’s Art Deco study room of the Everett Public Library built by renowned architect Carl F. Gould.

From the Bookend Facebook page…“By hosting comfortable elegance with a side of whimsy and housing the biggest & best coffee table book collection this side of the Mississippi (or so we like to proclaim) we strive to create a soulful and inspired experience.”

Schmidt promises some surprises and delights for the remaining days of her run at the library. Stop by at 2702 Hoyt Avenue in downtown Everett.


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